Three years ago we published an article explaining how the idea of a nature-based philosophy had been smeared by its opponents. Apologists for the industrial capitalist system, masquerading as “left-wing” and even “environmentalist”, constantly sought to suggest that there was something “fascist” about such an outlook. We quoted “social ecologists” Janet Biehl and Peter Staudenmaier … Continue reading For nature and freedom!
Number 64 Double-sided A4 pdf version to print out and distribute In this issue: The dictatorship will fall! Shocktroops of the New Fascism Spreading a message of hope Covid-1984: the truth about techno-totalitarianism Resist the G7 in Cornwall! René Guénon: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. The dictatorship will fall! In these dark times for people … Continue reading The Acorn – 64
Number 50 In this issue: Guerrilla war against “smart” fascism Smearing and cheering for the system Manipulating Greta Fighting fracking in Fermanagh Journalism for a world beyond capitalism Hyperlooping towards environmental disaster! Miguel Amorós: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. Guerrilla war against “smart” fascism Guerrilla warfare has begun in Europe against the “smart” fascism being … Continue reading The Acorn – 50
“We have realized that a detachment of man from Nature, from the Life-Whole, leads to his annihilation… No longer does man alone stand in the centerpoint of thinking, but rather Life as a Whole does, as it reveals itself in all living things on earth”. On the face of it, this statement sounds rather good. … Continue reading Organic radicalism: bringing down the fascist machine
Does opposing US imperialism and wars mean you’re not really an anarchist? The answer is obviously “no”, but you wouldn’t think so if you took seriously a most peculiar attack which has been made against us, following on from recent articles on our site. We weren’t initially even sure if the blog post from … Continue reading Does opposing U.S. imperialism and wars mean you’re not really an anarchist?
Number 42 In this issue: France’s Thatcher sparks social war Thought ( ) spies Okinawa: resisting the US occupation How to kill a book Anarchist values Acorninfo 1. France’s Thatcher sparks social war It has long been obvious that the Thatcher years in the UK were an important moment in social history, which paved … Continue reading The Acorn – 42
A special Acorn report The war-hungry capitalist propaganda machine has been in overdrive in recent weeks. It has, of course, been relentlessly amplifying the views and narratives of the status quo and giving no platform for dissident opinion – that’s what it’s there for! But in these days of social media and independent online journalism, … Continue reading Fake-left pro-war neoliberals break cover